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The current US government seems to be doing everything in its power to undermine digital #privacy.
Pro users will now find a 30-day visitor overview on their blog's Stats page!
Just fixed a bug that popped up when toggling the editor theme, caused by Chrome extensions like Google Voice.
We also learned that Grammarly really messes up the editor. While we wait for them to (hopefully) fix it, here's how to disable the extension while you're on Write.as. https://support.grammarly.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000091612-Disable-Grammarly-extension-on-one-or-more-websites
“‘Cambridge Analytica and Facebook have the same business model,’ says Balkan. ‘If Cambridge Analytica can sway elections and referenda with a relatively small subset of Facebook’s data, imagine what Facebook can and does do with the full set.’”
1. Transparent. /Commonly-used/ symbols do what you would expect them to.
53. Intuitive. Lists are numbered in order, even when you explicitly specify a different order.
3. Flexible. HTML can be embedded as long as you don’t actually need it:
This is a code block for some reason! Exciting!
Good news! A yearly Pro subscription is now only $40.
If you're already an annual Pro subscriber, get the new pricing by switching to the monthly plan and then back again, as shown here. https://write.as/me/plan https://writing.exchange/media/ct2vEGFhnc2UZ_APnAU
Now you can delete Snap.as photos, and it'll let you know if doing so will mess up any of your Write.as posts 👍 https://writing.exchange/media/uNhNn_KedZugoCdXBDY
Version 2.0 of the Android app: coming by the end of March, for real this time.
Some pricing changes coming next week — specifically, the price for an annual Pro subscription is dropping to $40